Motorola announced two new Android powered smartphones at the CES 2012 at Las Vegas.
First, is the fourth version of Motorola's physical QWERTY keyboard-based phone line up -- the Droid 4, which is powered by a dual core 1.2 Ghz processor along with 1 GB of RAM, a four inch screen, 16 GB of on board storage with expansion up to 32 GB, an eight megapixel camera, support for LTE networks and more.
The Droid 4 will ship with Android 2.3, but, Motorola is promising it will be updated to the new Android 4.0 operating system.
Verizon Wireless will sell the Droid 4 "in the coming weeks" but pricing was not announced.
Second in the accoucment is Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX -- a new version of the thin Droid RAZR smartphone that was first launched in November. The new Droid RAZR MAXX's comes with a enhanced battery life -- Motorola claims it will let users chat on the phone for 21 hours on one charge.
The Droid MAXX will also come with 32 GB of memory and will be sold "in the coming weeks" by Verizon for $299.99.
Motorola also announced a purple version of the original Droid RAZR with 16 GB of storage and a price of $199.99.
Both phones are also scheduled to get Android 4.0 software updates.